Hispanic Outreach Manager
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Adrian Angulo joined TRCP as Hispanic outreach manager in August 2019.
Angulo grew up fishing for cochito, pargo, and roncachito in Sonora, Mexico. A first-generation American citizen, he has a strong sense of civic duty and encourages his community to engage in the political process.
Angulo earned his Bachelor’s degree from St. John’s College in Santa Fe. He got his start at the New Mexico State Legislature, where he worked with elected officials to protect our air, land, water, and wildlife in his various roles with the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee and Senate Finance Committee.
Interested in deepening his involvement in community leadership, Angulo began working in political campaigns, where he was tasked with fundraising, event management, Hispanic and Latino outreach, public relations, volunteer mobilization, and engaging diverse local and tribal communities and leaders to support progressive candidates and ballot measures.
In his new role at TRCP, he is excited to build a community of hunters, anglers, and outdoor recreationists who care about our public lands and increasing access across the West.
In his spare time, Angulo enjoys woodworking, biking, and hiking with his dog.